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The ghost who lives in this theater is said to make himself known at night during cleanup. Witnesses say he is friendly and a bit mischievous.

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19 S 3rd St
Yakima, WA 98901
United States

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46.602395, -120.50227699999999
Yakima County, Washington
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  1. We went in a field trip to watch an opera in 3rd grade and right next to the side if the curtain was a white-ish mist. It wasn’t very tall, like 4’9-5’2 is my estimate. One time when I looked back at it, it wasn’t there, but down by the corner of the stage, very close to audience members, but not close enough for them to notice. In the last 5-10 min of the show, I never saw it again.

  2. I was using the bathroom in 2013 at a concerts where high schools performed in choirs; I was in Wapato High School at the time but I was using the bathroom when I heard someone yelling like they’re about to fight so I wanted to see the fight go down then I rushed to wash my hands and when I opened the door to my surprise there was no one in the new room., then it happen a cold chilling draft pushed me hard and against the wall I stood frightened while I heard a faint laugh saying ” gotcha! gotcha! ha-ha” it was so scary never going there again

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